During a training exercise off the coast of southern California, Navy pilots encountered a strange Tic Tac shaped UFO that displayed amazing speed and maneuvering capability.
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In 1969, NASA launched the Apollo 12 lunar landing mission, which set out to gather information about the Moon’s interior structure. Seismometers were placed at the landing site, and the Lunar Module’s ascent stage was later crashed into the Moon’s surface from lunar orbit. The results recorded by the seismometers were quite startling and raised the possibility that the Moon is hollow.
Space Debris and Human Spacecraft
From: NASA Website
More than 27,000 pieces of orbital debris, or “space junk,” are tracked by the Department of Defense’s global Space Surveillance Network (SSN) sensors. Much more debris — too small to be tracked, but large enough to threaten human spaceflight and robotic missions — exists in the near-Earth space environment. Since both the debris and spacecraft are traveling at extremely high speeds (approximately 15,700 mph in low Earth orbit), an impact of even a tiny piece of orbital debris with a spacecraft could create big problems.
The rising population of space debris increases the potential danger to all space vehicles, including to the International Space Station and other spacecraft with humans aboard, such as SpaceX’s Crew Dragon.
Climate change alarmists love to point to ice melting in Antarctica as proof that humans are destroying the planet, but research shows that this may not have the link to man-made climate change that they would like to have us believe. Radar readings taken by aircraft flying across the continent have shown that the ice loss at Antarctica is largely coming from below. The radar showed that the ice is melting from the bottom upward. As it melts at the base, meltwater drains away to fill subglacial lakes sitting downstream. The melting process has likely been occurring for thousands or possibly millions of years and may involve radioactive rocks and hot water from inside the Earth’s crust.
This is an interview with Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden, a well-known free energy researcher. He speaks extensively about how it is possible to derive usable energy from the vacuum without violating any currently known laws of physics. He and others have built electromechanical devices which actually demonstrate this technology. He also explains how certain powers would rather keep this technology from becoming widely known and how the suppression of free energy technology is accomplished in many cases.
Source: Dr. Steven Greer Video
Previously unseen video footage has been helping scientists learn more about the fate of the airship. One of the 20th Century’s most infamous disasters, the destruction of the Hindenburg – a large German passenger airship – occurred following its arrival at Naval Air Station Lakehurst in Manchester Township, New Jersey in May 1937. The huge hydrogen-filled airship was carrying 97 passengers at the time, of which 37 lost their lives when the vessel inexplicably burst into flames and crashed to the ground, bringing with it any remaining confidence in airship travel in general.
Electric cars represent the future for automotive transportation; however, the main problem has been the development of a viable energy source. The introduction of solid state batteries will make electric vehicles much more feasible in terms of range, short charging time, etc. Electric vehicles powered by free energy devices would be even better, but that is probably a little farther in the future.
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There are a number of mysteries associated with the Moon that suggest it is not a natural satellite of the Earth. Did an advanced extraterrestrial civilization engineer the Moon and put it into orbit around the Earth?
What if we had the ability to chase down interstellar objects passing through our Solar System, like Oumuamua or Comet Borisov? Such a spacecraft would need to be ready to go at a moment’s notice, with the capacity to increase speed and change direction quickly.
That’s the idea behind a new mission concept called the Extrasolar Object Interceptor and Sample Return spacecraft. It has received exploratory funding from NASA. Bringing back samples from these objects could fundamentally change our view of the universe and our place in it.
The science fiction movies may be too optimistic.
Giant Asteroid on Collision Course with Earth Could Not Be Stopped by a Nuclear Bomb, NASA Simulation Shows
by Virgilio Marin | Natural News
An asteroid simulation exercise led by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has shown that our existing technology cannot take down a killer asteroid discovered six months before it hits the Earth.
Indeed, the exercise suggests that even a nuclear bomb isn’t enough to break the asteroid apart because the rock is too big. It also shows that preparing a spacecraft to smash into the asteroid is not feasible given the small amount of time remaining before the collision.
Probing Deep Space With a New Interstellar Spacecraft
by European Geosciences Union | SciTechDaily
When the four-decades-old Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft entered interstellar space in 2012 and 2018, respectively, scientists celebrated. These plucky spacecraft had already traveled 120 times the distance from the Earth to the sun to reach the boundary of the heliosphere, the bubble encompassing our solar system that’s affected by the solar wind. The Voyagers discovered the edge of the bubble but left scientists with many questions about how our Sun interacts with the local interstellar medium. The twin Voyagers’ instruments provide limited data, leaving critical gaps in our understanding of this region.
Bessler’s Wheel was a possible free energy device developed hundreds of years ago.
In 1712 Johann Bessler exhibited a machine which he claimed drew its energy from gravity. Despite nearly twenty years of the most stringent tests, examinations and public trials, not the slightest sign of deception was ever found. Bessler always maintained that his machine was genuine and there was no convincing evidence to the contrary. He had a number of supporters and among his champions were some of the most respected men of the day. These men included Gottfried Leibniz and Christian Wolff, top scientists of the caliber of Newton.
This video report briefly covers the theory that the Earth may be hollow and that there may even be another civilization within the Earth.
The VASIMR plasma rocket engine is capable of propelling a spacecraft to Mars in about 39 days. This advanced space propulsion system has been developed by the Ad Astra Rocket Company (AARC) headed by former NASA astronaut Dr. Franklin Chang Díaz. AARC is a leading spaceflight technology company that is developing the Variable Specific Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket (VASIMR) technology.
Source: AsteronX Video
Researchers are pinning their hopes on the telescope to study the very onset of the universe without the process being disturbed by radio interference from Earth. The Lunar Crater Radio Telescope, to be planted on the moon’s far side, would be tasked with analyzing radio waves originating from space. It would be able to observe the universe in wavelengths reflected by Earth’s atmosphere. Such wavelengths could uncover important cosmological or extrasolar planetary signatures that would otherwise not be detected.